The National Invitational Camp, which is more commonly known as the NFL Scouting Combine, will occupy Lucas Oil Stadium beginning February 24th through March 3rd. Since 1987 Indianapolis has been the home for the annual showcase of college football prospects and until 2009, the RCA Dome had been the venue before moving the weeklong event to Lucas Oil Stadium.

All participants of the NFL Combine arrive by "invitation only" as coaches, general managers and pro scouts evaluate players on physical and mental tests as well as one-on-one interviews. Among the physical evaluations the prospects will be tested are the 40-yard dash, bench press, broad jump, vertical jump and position-specific drills. Each player will also receive a drug screen, injury evaluation and be available for interviews with each team (each NFL franchise is permitted 60 interviews in 15-minute intervals). Also, the prospects will be assessed on their aptitude for learning and problem-solving, which is measured in the form of a Wonderlic Test.

The Wonderlic Personnel Test is designed to measure an individual's I.Q. (Intelligence Quotient) and it's a 50-question test that is to be completed in 12-minutes of time. The test is used to measure average intelligence for a wide range of professional occupations, including college football players hoping to be drafted into the National Football League.

According to Wonderlic Inc., any score over 10 would indicate that the individual is literate and the average score among people from various industries is 24. These are some examples of average scores among professions...

Chemist - 31
Salesperson - 24
Clerical Worker - 21
Security Guard - 17

According to "The New Thinking Man's Guide to Pro Football" (written by Paul Zimmerman) these are average Wonderlic Test scores among position players in the NFL...

Offensive Tackle - 26
Center - 25
Quarterback - 24
Guard - 23
Tight End – 22
Safety - 19
Linebacker - 19
Cornerback - 18
Wide Receiver - 17
Fullback - 17